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voice lessons as soon as possible. In August he transferred to the 1st Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Harefield, where he met Dorothy Mason, a staff nurse in the Australian Army Nursing Service. The war ended in November 1918, and he began to study singing in London with Charles Phillips and strove to overcome his lack of basic musical knowledge. Attached to AIF Headquarters in London from April 1919, he married Dorothy at St Marylebone's parish church on 5 May that year. Demobilised from the army in July, he found a civilian job as secretary to the Stearn Electric Lamp Company. Reassured that he had 'a fine natural voice', Williams entered numerous competitions. Although his début recital in December at the Wigmore Hall, London, was kindly received by the critics, he remained with the Stearn company until 1920. Lightcliffe is a dormitory village for people working in Halifax, Brighouse, and Bradford, and commuting to Leeds, Manchester, and Sheffield. "Profile on...". ''Yorkshire Post'' (9 May 2011). Retrieved 3 December 2011. It stretches along the Wakefield and Leeds roads, surrounded by fields and rolling countryside. Lightcliffe feels very established and green – with many mature trees and large houses. Lightcliffe's main park, "the Stray", is 11 acres of lawn and trees and contains a war memorial erected in 1923. "Stray (B) Lightcliffe". Online Visual Archive of Calderdale History (calderdale.gov.uk). Retrieved 7 December 2011. In April 1937, an avenue of trees was planted in the park to commemorate King George V's coronation. Towards the village centre is the cricket club. There are two golf clubs, the long established Lightcliffe Golf Club and Crow's Nest Golf Club. In series one, Mac is offered a position as a consultant (Consultant (medicine)) in Sheffield and was intending to move up there with Emmy; however Caroline manages to win him over. Later that same night however, Mac tries to stop an intoxicated Guy who joyrides an ambulance and eventually crashes it over a cliff, putting Mac into a coma that lasts over two months. When he finally awakens he has completely forgotten the 24 hours before the incident and has no memory of the feelings he had for Caroline. WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


Netherlands

Lasso Lassus , was Tomás Luis de Victoria, who also spent much of his life in Rome. Most Spanish composers returned home late in their careers to spread their musical knowledge in their native land or at the service of the Court of Philip II (Philip II of Spain) at the late 16th century. thumb right Luyendyk in 1991, driving for Vince Granatelli (Image:ArieLuyendykLagunaSeca1991.jpg). '''Arie Luyendyk''', originally '''Arie Luijendijk''' (born September 21, 1953 in Sommelsdijk) is a Dutch (Netherlands) auto racing (automobile racing) driver, twice winner of the Indianapolis 500. The last corner of the Zandvoort (Circuit Zandvoort) track in the Netherlands carries his name. In 1999, he was presented with the Sagamore of the Wabash award, reflecting upon his Indy 500 career. As a global movement, anarchist pacifism emerged shortly before World War II in the Netherlands, Great Britain and the United States and was a strong presence in the subsequent campaigns for nuclear disarmament. In the Netherlands, ''Oz'' aired on the commercial channel RTL 5. In Sweden and Norway, it aired on the commercial channels TV3 (TV3 (Viasat)) and ZTV late at night, and in Finland, on the free-to-air channel Nelonen (TV4). In Canada, ''Oz'' aired on the Showcase Channel (Showcase Television) at 10 p.m. EST. In Denmark, it appeared late at night on the non-commercial public service channel DR1. In Spain, the show aired on premium channel Canal+. In Estonia, as well as Croatia and Slovenia, the show was aired late at night on public, non-commercial, state-owned channels ETV (ETV (Estonia)), HRT (Croatian Radiotelevision) and RTV SLO (Slovenian Radiotelevision). In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was aired on the federal TV station called FTV (Federalna televizija). In Portugal, ''Oz'' aired late at night on SIC Radical, one of the SIC (SIC (Portugal)) channels in the cable network. In France, the show aired on commercial cable channel 'Serie Club,' also late at night. In Turkey, ''Oz'' was aired on Cine5; DiziMax also aired the re-runs. In Serbia, ''Oz'' aired on RTV BK Telecom. In Panama, ''Oz'' aired on RPCTV Channel 4 in a late-night hour. In Malaysia, full episodes of ''Oz'' aired late at night on ntv7, while the censored version aired during the day. In New Zealand ''Oz'' aired on The Box (The Box (New Zealand TV channel)) at 9.30pm on Wednesdays in the early 2000s (decade). *Bert Blyleven, MLB player who played in the California Angels and once owned a cafe in nearby Villa Park. *Corrie ten Boom, a Dutch (Netherlands), Christian Holocaust survivor, best known for her autobiography ''The Hiding Place (The Hiding Place (biography))'' which was later made into a movie of the same name (The Hiding Place (film)). * Professional skateboarder Ronnie Creager was born in Orange and lives there. Orange has two community partnerships with Utrecht, the Netherlands, and Santiago de Chile, Chile. Sister cities and schools Temecula maintains international relations with two cities, Leidschendam-Voorburg in the Netherlands and Daisen, Tottori in Japan. '''Bonaire''' ( Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Italy

composer of the late Renaissance, who reached a level of polyphonic perfection and expressive intensity equal or even superior to Palestrina (Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina) and Lassus (Orlando di Lasso), was Tomás Luis de Victoria, who also spent much of his life in Rome. Most Spanish composers returned home late in their careers to spread their musical knowledge in their native land or at the service of the Court of Philip II (Philip II of Spain) at the late 16th century. The origin of the Crusades in general, and particularly that of the First Crusade, is widely debated among historians. The Crusades are most commonly linked to the political and social situation in 11th-century Europe, the rise of a reform movement within the papacy (Pope), and the political and religious confrontation of Christianity and Islam in Europe and the Middle East. Christianity had spread throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East in Late Antiquity, but by the early 8th century (Christianity in the 8th century) Christian rule had become limited to Europe and Anatolia after the Muslim conquests. The Umayyad Caliphate had conquered Syria (Muslim conquest of Syria), Egypt (Muslim conquest of Egypt), and North Africa (Umayyad conquest of North Africa) from the predominantly Christian Byzantine Empire, and Hispania (Umayyad conquest of Hispania) from the Visigothic Kingdom.


Germany

composers returned home late in their careers to spread their musical knowledge in their native land or at the service of the Court of Philip II (Philip II of Spain) at the late 16th century. Skagway was one of the few towns in Alaska (along with Petersburg (Petersburg, Alaska) and Seward (Seward, Alaska)) to endorse the 1939 Slattery Report on Alaskan development through immigration, especially of Jews from Germany and Austria. Born in Detroit, Michigan, the son of German (Germany) immigrants, at a young age Wiedoeft started playing with his family orchestra, first on violin, then on clarinet. He moved to New York City and switched to saxophone, then still an unusual instrument. He became known as a virtuoso saxophonist in the 1910s, made more than 300 recordings for many different record labels, and did much to popularize the saxophone as an instrument in both the U.S. and overseas. His chief instrument was the C melody saxophone, a variety which was immensely popular from the 1910s until the U.S. stock market crash of October 1929 (Wall Street Crash 1929). He also played and recorded a little on the E-flat alto (Alto saxophone) and B-flat soprano (Soprano saxophone) as well. Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, he was the son of William Ritchie Sorley. He was educated, like Siegfried Sassoon, at Marlborough College (1908–13). At Marlborough College Sorley's favourite pursuit was cross-country running in the rain, a theme evident in many of his pre-war poems, including "Rain" and "The Song of the Ungirt Runners". Before taking up a scholarship to study at University College, Oxford, Sorley spent a little more than six months in Germany, three months of which were at Schwerin studying the language and local culture. Then he enrolled at the University of Jena, and studied there up to the outbreak of World War I. Osborne, E.B. ''The New Elizabethans''. NY: John Lane Company, 1919. '''Schwerin''' ( Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


United States

was Jancee Dunn, with Ananda Lewis replacing her later on. '''Jermain Baxter''' (born December 5, 1972), better known as '''Nature''', is an American (United States) rapper, best known for his association with fellow Queensbridge-born rapper Nas. "Queensbridge's Nature Has Musical Knowledge 'For All Seasons'", ''New York Beacon'', November 15, 2000 History The community first entered into a treaty


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